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Aburisan Oyamadera Temple雨降山 大山寺


"This temple is located in Oyama, Isehara City. Founded in the year 755 by the Buddhist monk Roben, founder of Todaiji Temple in Nara Prefecture. Its primary object of worship is the Oyamafudozo statue cast by the Buddhiest priest Gangyo Shonin in 1264. A number of sacred places were established around the temple when the Buddhiest monk Kukai served as its chief priest. These sacred grounds are worshiped even today as part of a creed known as Oyama Nanafushigi (the Seven Wonders of Oyama). Visitors to the temple can perform a ritual called ""kawara nage"" in which sundried earthenware are thrown off a cliff to ward off evil and misfortune."


Kanagawa Pref. Iseharashi Oyama 724 (Atsugi / EbinaArea)

phone 0463952011

Admission fee free

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Kanagawa Pref. Iseharashi Oyama 724 [ map ]
Atsugi / EbinaArea
Admission fee free
open everyday
[Cultural property Admission fee] 400 yen (8:45-17:00)
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